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Is that sentence grammatically correct?

Asked by kiki__ (99points) October 25th, 2014

Is that correct or how could i say instead?

The amount of pizza eaten

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longgone's avatar

Hm. The words are in the right order, but it is not complete. What is it you want to say?

gailcalled's avatar

It is only a sentence fragment and, as such, makes no sense. It can be used as a noun, a direct object or an indirect object.

flo's avatar

Is the focus of the question on the word “amount”? . Pizaa can be counted either by slice or the whole pizza. So a person who has no idea how many were eaten ask “What was the amount of pizza eaten….?” If they measure it by weight “the amount of pizza eaten was…a lot, or 10 kg…” .I’m guessing.

flutherother's avatar

It doesn’t have a full stop.

Dutchess_III's avatar

“The amount of pizza eaten….” what? What about it?

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